Exam 1 Chapters 13-17 PDF

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Unformatted text preview: trates Brumante’s scheme for the new St. Peter’s o His design was extremely intricate and elaborate and called for the implementation wonderful and great engineering in order to support his building. §༊ Unfortunately, Brumante died partially through construction of this building • Michelangelo took over this endeavor. Note: Brumante was known as the architect of the Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, c. 1503- 1505, oil on panel • This is the most famous painting in the world • There is a tenderness in the figure that is only enhanced by da Vinci’s use of technique o Sfumato, shading, the delicacy of the brush strokes, etc. Note: Michelangelo, unlike every other High Renaissance painter, was extremely aware of his genius, and he was very scared of this title. He constantly felt as though he could never live up to the expectations that were put upon him. He constantly questioned his talent and artistic ability. Michelangelo, Pieta, ca. 1498, marble and painted wood • This sculpture was inspired by The Roettgen Pieta o The Roettgen Pieta was intended to provoke an emotional response from the viewer due to the depiction of Mary’s pain over the loss of her son. §༊ But, Michelangelo did not have this intent • Michelangelo wanted to make this sculpture the most beautiful work of carving the world had ever seen. o He wanted to make something that was beautiful and pure §༊ He did this by perfectly proportioning the bodies of the figures and by perfectly proportioning the figures to one another. • Because of this perfection in the sculpture, t...
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